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SHEA Solutions Acquires Microsoft Dynamics Partner TGO Consulting

SHEA Solutions President Jeffrey Hunt

SHEA Solutions has acquired TGO Consulting, a Microsoft Dynamics consulting partner in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Financial terms were not disclosed.

SHEA gains a top Microsoft solutions provider that specializes in business intelligence and analytics, sales and operations planning, ERP software, and infrastructure, according to SHEA President Jeffrey Hunt.

“Working with SHEA will broaden our service offerings to our existing clients,” added Tracey Crane-Whitehouse, chief operations officer, TGO Consulting. “We are very excited at the opportunity we see to grow TGO and the extended cloud services we can now offer.”

SHEA Solutions Background

For its part, SHEA Solutions is a global provider of ERP, BI & analytic solutions, and cloud infrastructure. The company has served hundreds of customers across North America, Europe, and Asia for over 20 years. Key verticals have included Aerospace, Defense, Distribution, Food Processing, Advanced Manufacturing, Financial Services, Transportation, and the Public Sector, according to SHEA.

TGO Consulting COO Tracey Crane-Whitehouse

SHEA was founded in 1997 and now has offices in Canada, the US, UK, India, and the Philippines. TGO opened in 1988.

Executive Transitions: TGO will continue operating under its name, delivering existing services while extending to offer SHEA’s cloud- and BI-based know-how. Tracey Crane-Whitehouse, chief operations officer, TGO Consulting. remains with the business. TGO’s two other founding partners, George Braun and Orgad Gratch, are moving on to build TrueSky — a corporate performance management software company that simplifies the budgeting process.

Microsoft Dynamics: Partner Mergers and Acquisitions

M&A activity across the Microsoft Dynamics partner ecosystem has been strong, though valuations for the deals remain mostly undisclosed. Additional deals ChannelE2E has tracked include:

Similar M&A activity has occurred in rival ERP and CRM ecosystems — including the Oracle, Salesforce and SAP ecosystems.

Additional insights from Joe Panettieri.

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